This future is close – AI and machine learning is poised disrupt visual effects, editing, sound, color grading, and that’s just the start. They have the potential to streamline workflows by removing some of the more boring, repetitive tasks, allowing creative people to create, thus forever changing the ways films are made today.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) honored PIX, the entertainment industry leader in delivering secure communication and content management capabilities, with a Technical Achievement Award for the PIX System at its annual Scientific and Technical Awards Presentation.
PIX for Apple TV provides a convenient way to interact with your PIX projects on your television or projector. Use it at home, on location, in conference rooms, or anywhere you use Apple TV.
Lisle Engle is an experienced re-recording mixer whose recent work includes the TV shows Riverdale, Quantico, Falling Water and Code Black. PIX recently got the chance to ask him a few questions about his work and how he got to where he is today.
From VR/AR and distribution to content production and camera technology, 5G will be a disruptive new force for the entertainment industry.
The sudden rise of streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Studios, and Hulu has led to many of the most creative projects now being made for the small screen rather than the movie theatre. With production budgets rising above $20B in 2018, what does this mean for production and content creation?